Martin Luther: Mass Communicator and Propagandist

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This study presents a picture of Martin Luther as a pioneer in mass communications. The text is divided into four sections and the conclusion; Martin Luther: man and his world, Luther and the German printing press, propaganda devices in Luther's Primary Reformation Treatises of 1520, and, propaganda and mass communications in Luther's liturgical reforms, religious broadsides, and preaching. The final remarks pertain to Luther's effect upon the reordering of society in the Western world.

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iii, 127 leaves

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Batts, James Harold August 1974.

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This study presents a picture of Martin Luther as a pioneer in mass communications. The text is divided into four sections and the conclusion; Martin Luther: man and his world, Luther and the German printing press, propaganda devices in Luther's Primary Reformation Treatises of 1520, and, propaganda and mass communications in Luther's liturgical reforms, religious broadsides, and preaching. The final remarks pertain to Luther's effect upon the reordering of society in the Western world.

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Batts, James Harold. Martin Luther: Mass Communicator and Propagandist, thesis, August 1974; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663605/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .